Moku LED color status
Moku network status and power button LED guide
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Once your Moku is fully booted, the LEDs on the front of the device represents the current network status or power status.
There is only one LED on Moku:Go and there is no power button. Moku:Go should power on automatically once the magnetic power adapter is connected.
The LED colors on Moku:Go indicate the power status and the firmware update status. When the orange LED is on and steady, this means Moku:Go has been recently connected to power and is still booting up. When the orange LED is blinking, there is an issue during the boot process and has entered recovery mode. The main reason for the orange LED to be blinking is there is not enough power available. Please check you are using the appropriate power adapter, check that the magnetic adapter has made a solid connection, and ensure that Moku:Go is not being powered only through the USBC cable. Moku:Go requires the magnetic power adapter to be plugged in.
When the green LED is on and steady, this means Moku:Go is powered on and ready for use. When the green LED is blinking, it means that it is updating its firmware. This should always be initiated by the user and will never be updated automatically.
On Moku:Lab, the power button on the front also contains the LEDs. The blue LED represents both the on-board Wi-Fi access point (AP) and Wi-Fi client mode (join an existing Wi-Fi) status. It flashes when attempting to join a Wi-Fi network; it is steady when successfully joined in client mode or when in access point mode. The blue LED is off when both AP and client modes are disabled.
The white LED represents the ethernet connection status. It is flashing when ethernet is enabled and Moku:Lab attempting to connect; it is steady when connected.
If no network option is enabled, the orange LED blinks.
The USB mini-B data port is always available. Even when no network option is active, the USB mini-B data port remains available.
To power on your Moku:Pro:
- Connect the power cable to the power port at the rear of the Moku:Pro.
- Press and hold the power button for one second until the power status LED turns on.
- Once the power status LED turns solid white, your device is ready to use.
- To power off your Moku:Pro, press and hold the power button for one second until the status LEDs turn solid orange and the UFO LEDs are off. Wait until the device turns off before unplugging the power cable.
Once your Moku:Pro is powered on, look at the 3 LEDs on the front panel of the device for the device status while it is booting up. Please refer to the matrix below for Moku:Pro's LED code.